Employers have a legal duty to provide adequate first aid at work, explains Paul Knights from ESE Direct.
The workplace is fraught with danger. In fact, according to statistics, each year around 120,000 people are injured at work with employees suffering everything from fractures, concussions and lacerations to burns, sprains and strains. Aside from doing your best to prevent accidents in the workplace, how can you, as an employer, provide the best possible care to your staff in the event that something does go wrong?
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